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- Google’s New OTA Update for Pixel Watch Includes a Number of Fixes December brought a major update from Google for Pixel phones, which affected a number of security settings and implemented a full-blown Feature Drop landing. This update is not limited to smartphones, as Google shared information about the functionality of the Pixel Watch, which will be released very soon. And although the implementation of some functions will not be available until the New Year, the updated firmware will say goodbye to many of the annoying bugs.
A while ago, Google updated the app for the Pixel Watch, and the latest update, released on the first Monday in December, completely updated the watch's...
- Rules for RP Servers Gta 5 and RDR 2 RP servers for GTA V are typically created on the FiveM mod and are very popular among fans of the franchise, especially on PC. Most of these mods provide a lot of new options for players: you can participate in faction wars, clashes between thieves and police, and much more. Take-Two and Rockstar Games until recently ignored the monetization methods used by the admins of the RP servers, but eventually they announced a rather strict ban list.
It is worth noting that many RP servers for Grand Theft Auto 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2 offer new interesting missions and stories....
- The Latest Call of Duty: Modern Warfare II Update: Here Comes Attachment Tuning Again Long time Call of Duty fans remember the feature that is present in many games of the series: attachment tuning. For technical reasons, it has been removed from the latest installment, Modern Warfare II. But now the issues are reportedly solved, and the recent update brings attachment tuning back. So, enjoy your personal style in weapons!
The feature was planned to appear in Modern Warfare II as planned. Yet suddenly many players started complaining about the game craching, and attachment tuning turned out to be the issue. It took a player to have four or more attachments (which is technically possible)...
Google Deletes Sixteen Apps From Its Play Store The tech giant has reportedly deleted sixteen applications from its online marketplace for increasing battery drain and data devouring, as well as for being involved in extensive user-impersonation ad scam. With that said, if you’re an Android user, you need to double-check your phone for more than a dozen potentially hazardous apps that are now banned from the Google Play Store. Curious about the details? Keep reading to find out.
The aforementioned banned software allegedly involved in ad scams and making smartphones vulnerable to extremely fast battery draining boasted a total of 20 M installations. One of the apps alone was...
- Louise Wells
- Oct, 24 2022
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Preload Details Unveiled CoD MW2 is almost here. The game is doubtlessly among the biggest releases of the year, if not one of the most impactful titles of all time. Did you know you can play the game over a week ahead of the full release? And you can preload the campaign early, too. In this piece, we’ll let you in on further details, so keep reading.
Everyone loves the Modern Warfare series, so no wonder that the most passionate game enthusiasts can’t wait to start playing the new iteration. CoD MW2 is scheduled to jump into full cross-all-platform rollout on October 28th. However,...
- Hannah Marsh
- Oct, 22 2022
- Instagram Will Soon Let Users Place More Links in Their Bios If you use your Instagram profile for business or promotion, now you’ll be able to do it more efficiently. Instagram is already testing the new option that many active business users, celebrities, or professionals will appreciate. With it, you’ll be able to place more than one link in your bio, which will allow you to add more external resources you promote.
Select creators are already given this opportunity. With it, as we see, one can add up to three (or maybe even more) links to the bio section. They are hidden behind the first link, while the number to the right...
New Legends of Zelda Game Promo Hints at Tears of the Kingdom Details The Legend of Zelda franchise is one of the staples for Nintendo throughout its history. The next installment in the series, The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, is already announced, and more and more materials make it to the audience. The recent promo tells little about the gameplay, but fans are already up here with their versions of what’s coming.
The information about the upcoming game is, to say the least, scarce. Nintendo shared two photos of a statue of Link, a protagonist featured throughout the series, and, though it’s very detailed and shows some unexpected changes (like Link’s...
- Louise Wells
- Oct, 16 2022
Twitter Will Partner with Researches that Specialize in Revealing Misinformation Twitter continues its attempts to find ways to reveal manipulation and misinformation on its social media platform. It’s not a secret that the platform has been used by many in an attempt to influence public opinion, which is particularly obvious with different wars and conflicts taking place in the world. This time, Twitter will expand its collaboration with academic research teams to help identify such manipulation attempts.
Twitter provides an opportunity to submit applications to those who want to join its Twitter Moderation Research Consortium. The goal is to have a group of researchers who will be able to view tweet...
- Hannah Marsh
- Sep, 28 2022
- Meta Introduces New Facebook Reels API as It Continues to Lean into This Video Format It is obvious that Meta is all about Reels nowadays, as the company actively promotes this video format on Instagram. This time, Meta wants to help creators make the most of Reels on Facebook. The company decided to launch Facebook Reels API, which will make it possible to post Reels by using third-party apps for creating videos. In June of this year, Meta introduced Instagram Reels API, so this is the next step in the process.
According to Meta, the company understands that numerous creators use third-party apps to make their Facebook Reels. For this reason, Meta wants to make it...
- Instagram Will Improve Its Recommendation Algorithm for Reels with ‘Add Topic’ Feature Seeking to improve its recommendation algorithms for Reels, Instagram is reportedly experimenting with a feature called ‘Add Topics.’ Following in the footsteps of TikTok, which is really very good at recognizing and meeting user interests, Instagram plans to introduce new functionality to allow creators to add topics to the clips they upload and make it easier for users to discover new entertaining video content that they would like to watch. If implemented, such innovation might give Instagram users another opportunity to show off their content to a more invested and engaged audience, which, in turn, should improve how well Reels...
Roblox Is Aiming for Metaverse: Here Is How It Is Planning to Succeed While the metaverse is all everyone can talk about now, there is still a long journey ahead before we can completely immerse ourselves and interact in the fully-utilitarian digital world.
Through the efforts of major social media companies and gaming platforms like Roblox, however, we have a pretty good understanding of what the metaverse should be like. It is a safe and comfortable 3D world inhabited by our digital avatars who go on about their daily business doing things we usually do or wish we would do in real life.
Although Roblox’s vision of a digital universe where people can create and...
- Louise Wells
- Sep, 18 2022
- Google Creates Software That Allows Developers to Create Cross-Device Android Apps Google is launching a new software development kit, which is intended to help Android apps developers to offer connectivity across different devices. The tools included in the software kit will allow developers to make apps play smoothly on both Android and non-Android devices.
Referred to as SDK, this software will provide several features to developers. Firstly, they will be able to make apps that will find nearby devices. Secondly, the kit enables developers to use tools that create a single app experience on several devices. Lastly, SDK will make it possible to make such connections secure. Google mentioned that the software...